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   Wisconsin Free Democrat (Newspaper) - February 14, 1855, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                               r TTICS, BIKJHIID'B BLOCJC'.......ttXIVO ST.I t. i I'nniun.iYi'n.iiafi I- UM r. i nd (AH frwoit n ho I -in anil lowe. Aud in kt-x tl HitjEuiph of n> hi'ftrt. Tbi irM-v. tit own H f fit lur count in) U-A-T i.Yr, A till "In-n itc titkk itiiinit-. Hi- Jr.-' -M um J MIL. A IMI E.- t'lj pwry urn- mint nun linti nil] gliNtm J M- i .iui.ttr it mth prrfiiL it- Mint y 1.1 m. flu- v intr-r'rf art-it HT through rl c i-fmw 'i n Iri-mJ (it- in HI r nth. Whi -V, lui wmy U: rainb M NII tin- -turiu rile. WI8 m DEMOCRAT BY 8. M. BOOTH.] -01.. 11. MILWAUKKK, WISCONSIN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, COHUINMDIlrct. bad Ihi- of iin-etini; with (large KuttKrrd lut K, in thr Cbnri-li, at Oik Creek, it a r.-itlval Xi'-ii fur tiie of miring fumh to c-om- pliti- uiul furniih Thi- Omrch T- tkf Mil KAi'Kre, 5, F tff IV frtf fitmaf -at jHut night i ktpiwiitul Iu drop into one of ui in tl anil nrrr Iu Ib.- Prc, Ik n.u INI. It ci.n liirdly be after ths- uj ni'tbe pait werk. that tbe i.-n- tftho'iM open with much Tai- eAVrt t account's. C'- for attsnii- i [TWO DOLLAKS A YE U1IOLK hurch irh one of our mint popular ureaelieni pre. j t" the Aoemlily i.n Friiio.v, led to in nl and Of course I eipwtrJ ti- bit ipirituillv debate, in the coume of Mr. iw I t Mt, '-n ,1 t Kivr Nf clh nlr- Ni, phili'ijf IIH i nml rti.ty rini- I T., fiiurt ht't t, u, Im i, Khnli Ami t yii nre tli- low cry tlmt wiili .mi Iy (leciirulKii wiih t-rergrei't mi mul thc tahli-r wi-iv bountifully nai fieil, >vhm -iiouM be MI, but tkf ilia- rue was of a t-i.ntriiry t.-ndenc-y, that I c-a not help .oinetlii ig cif the sur- pr aud latrtuirilliiarr ioientft, which w, -e extraordinary no nei-ounf ,.t latun-, but, bo- on in aii pulpir, in illi- cit Milwaultt--. 'lit hii tlieiuo he l.i i-nilNiii.tinil prelii linary rrmirka with the thiugs which am] ilfligM the appetite. A larje iium- b.- were prenent Caledonia an i other plnce.. We idea that Oak C'l -ek with HO (jopnloiM, till we law tbeir eiti- ie IH in Kttcb A ta- win niMo Njjrt'iid with fam-> for iale, .11, I thr young uentleinvii nnd pnrelnecd Irt ety. All iireinnl to be nnd tho "pint of iuy all JIuv. J. J. Mrrcii, HOI.TUN, and onrielf wpre called te) to iliow the detire of all to he en- adjourniru were Demoerfirn. There it teeti Hull, Hfim in favur nf t, tiie i-tcction uf Senator hftd tsl i-n of theinmi by lurprin-, tluit tliey nirdnt tfl home tu i nlleci their Argil, zt-a) iliicrt-ticu altsn'.H i tiont the Afc sitibly fur and if tbU i m' tlio rctreneemuiit the Republican" jro nisei, on liiol'un; over (lie vote it bt- I'D tb it t'litur. twenty-four worn Utini crats, mi.) thi.lMiwi of nhn kpuki- in fiv THUKSDAV S, tei liberal, nu.1 how often the epithet in rk hi, ,u ri-kpnndeil in britjf AII-- well r, uimcd. w.-ri- at tbu mim-1 Fi. j'itiM- I.iiw. And her j tliediwour., no use in the Aimfinbly I'l i Sir! plata which j m, IP u i-louK fur thu mutt lawlu t nnj deatruct- uvt'" vnrioui, i L'ljn I ifc pri-H-iplen.hu priicerdetl u> iipeiik  IIM iiftht prt.plc Onl fr.-ck, mid tl.rir j >Oi ,e nl the Atfl, u( but ce, hinlj, wns tu n Milwau- that during the leccwt.hin K been in w. rhl of ill, M Iii hit, I xitvl P -till. A 1.4, -ri-niiiK early u thnprxKi-ul mill bin (in naeh if aileliiditful tin- i: tlu-ir ni-himt nut .-item ptinii. for uiii- Imur, th.it the >fT lit' Mim 1'litty, AII- rritainlt vt-rv -i-lunrkabli, Tin: rilling C'.MP. 1 -sited In u A nil in- un, tinil hu pipe iu Imuil iin i V" lU j "in: Al.MMiAC for If SI, cuutaiuii H I vi-ri uiniHint of authontic- Infur- i ma-ion. fu it will In- fuiini! the nututiri uf i uui (lOM-ruiinint, Mud KH Kiieitiif Slave Actn, the vuti-uti tin- Kniime. Xi- Itill, our Inter trci thu Keunrhi of the Secro- tar in-' I'roiilcntifll hintury inn! of Know Nothing, sketch of WHI brfcvit'Mii Iti not am tin-Allied I'ovn-re, cto., oil-. We net- him cnn wull widiiint nrnpy Vork. a low nicking Ictr littnr >j I--, t out .it jiill liuiiftl on the ii front of th, ,i, Ktcr, Vt IciiKth -lie C'-iliin -I truiii ouU hij -pe.-li mid  f p, tnt- e hiui, by .V McKlratli. No 'I UK Waaliiuctiiii of tin- N Y. l-'mriirSt in of tho bllhi- ni-s liefm-.i tin- I'. .H. Siiprenni Ciniil, T je viim ot' tliij fvrribli- rt-m-nt: ot nn allcijud iiu-i, an-l inuiKiiiy i-nuititntioiinlity of tbe Aft, mul tin: limits Klnte and Fed- mli-tiini, uili prububl.t over iimonj; v-h H tn; relit Well, 1 i i-j.i't tli.- Mh.lu't I poll to h, nrj u IH her' iti} >xll -n- IIHVVI-I Cl-l b III thin UlDlltll V bi'II T >v tun i iiinij, .ni.l th the :ititli ult tho Km. Mr. Cnoiluiu, Know Nothing cnn- di.lt to, el.ctei) State IM-u.itnr iiitbcyiHli of Neu Vork.tormerlj1 by   r OUIe fetate State i- the Mil. A- Mi.-.. There in R large map nttnched, and, >i ita omineiotiK, it eontahm ii Ir. f of iuformatioii eoneernini; Itailwayn. rec'J the tint No. of the e, n i ,ry b of o fur tho tl-d Detroit Urwocrnt ff fnqnirt r >d hit eon- ten ]it I'oi siiell deiuuiiktratitiiu in took place iu Hii -on i.ml Milwaukee, when; the J-'uxitiiti Sin Tltoy wei CMiuipli-i. of mob i lolcuui-. "Aligeli. and moii ubedii-ut ml such out-' l" tllt' wllklh bill come not from grnuiui love of I'Vce- iluii Iruin a pure pntriuiimii, hut arc illinUa- tioi i ot'tiic liiwlcdi uiun. i-cuidiiig to the revercuil tleujini, inova vey. Tfc Who. Chaii bilk, Til J'n No Armc Sui ilr 1 G. Po ,wer of re- o -1' to I'rof. ud liim to cuntioue hii sur- The report wai ordered to be priuted. Houae went into Committee of the on the General File. Mr. VilM in the and reported back a large number of vhieb were read twice. Assembly adjourned. MENATJf. 'er by Uor. Mr. [lioruni being present, the Sergennt-at- for abiiciitecg. Iry accouuta were prcHcnted Worthiugtun offered a {rciolvo authori- ic purchaao of a map of WiicuDcin. of D. ver, at n price not cxeccdin; r lu' E'litor ot' chl Jlr. C.uiocr, cue triali the it iH-wltdjiiBtBai'li io. of nfllu- fjre the li. (5. Court lire tin- ini- mo- uble luuiiilatitiii of all citil I nv. Wbnti-r- fiom -onrcci; (.ommandh otn- ac-tuidaubuiiniiiou. mnsl not be (ipoiced, wbutcveruiay bu temlcncy to evil nut, we limit rnfcber be ground in tho iind beeo'iie in.irtvrh, il nt-ud bo, tbnn jnc or in ml the entorvu- ,'lhc iluiisv, tonutjicnJ their .ippruprm iun fo u mouth, until the report of a Cowinitt.ie bii ilrew tho tipprnpri; tioiiThefir't morn- ini; it was ,lue, tls HOOU ;n the Trt-acun'r ,-ouln he I In-office. Vou -fl, A ofn n-ifkcil nnd V .w nil thin oiiurli uf n wnuld r 1J. S. (J .etof LeXi.- uud fiuui Atti rue.v, but in in woeful liad kei pint; itb tlie ulm '.eti-r of n prull'KHeil expoulhler of CioD's O worthy divine, I'r.-iyer by Mr. Nolan. Spi-uhil Comniiltce on Luiuo J-uw, Ui-xiii. liainiiill, Vlii-t Welch, Ste Oil motion of Sir. Jlclmloj iboie'.tin i eal i eiteml the 1 tiixcu in Shawano, Oeonto Jioweil, troni Weintuud, Hnye Co. 'J. P o. Ch Mr rfueh. -Urocl vay College. l'cst tiif AVunt, inn! mi-   willi tl.e frci: peojil v uf ll.nt port. We ueed fare fly Mf ivqiiiin nur ru lU'ny tlio ri'lijiouol to tlic nfl utiil lurn IIIIIIIBII ntij aiii of tines timi wliimro viilliiin In btcnino (he J'rui elert mill tin; MHeiif a book, i kidnappers in v junt im I by C'hnpiuan, an H iie their vicliini nnd iu proei.-cutiBjj tbonewliu Iwliota iii the in- ion in Vi'i.cniuiH. It ittllcin-'Ufcoin- i theoppronHi soiree. Thej pleti- reconi of the existim; couditio' of ,jnr Stnte, e-iteul, area, cumuiorce, linen uf truvel, nieanB ol euuoaliuii aud tbe r.ameii ut eountiee in iilphahet enl or- der, and Hhniild be sentlercd through ui' lhi> country by thoiinatulK _____ AT appear, that puiau J. 11. M. DavidHon the running on the rouda tcrinmatini; at Chien 1__i........ For Itoad between j gau Fond du Lac incorporating of thn nunit'i pernl.' 48 iiiembfra nnswereJ ii> then iinil further niuU-f crill vnt, Mr. ofll Wrijjlifc E FU Mr. ot'K. L. Ferry: also reinonttrancc ajjaiiiBt vncnti .g pint of H..niil Hheboygan City bur uw money to complete harbor: to amend irt ratinjj Milwaukee Gyuinantic Atlovia- n ui il Young Mun'i Inititute at Portago City; :hiii zliif a levy of .School tal in ins 'g names of Jet, 2nd, and -Hh Lakes t ml C th'nh River; for n State Koad from De- pi-re t Twin Kivem for H Stute between Sheljo gnu and l-'oni! dn Lac in relation to icitool in Mndiion; changing time of Spring tcniiB of Court iu Waupaca and mie Counties to extend time for col- taxes in ljicrec CD. oprtutitmi! tis follows D. S. Durrie L. Silverman F. -I. IVt, (rIMl'B I -and ClirmtV Law, which town to Berliu. 'Rh-j ton memorial for annul n ultj frnrn W'Ui Itiui.l.ill.ol thu Ju- iliri. iy Committed. that I'rol. Daniels i.- 1{ ytnte Ut oktgisi, tiic I'rnor no pow -r to ruiiiove tiim, and haH introduced a bill ther nap. whi'n km-J autl (-hfi.rlul hark-, to p .y him his Bnlni) authorize him to eoii- .f tlie ilnt tinu i the mini-y. >ue. mid ruiim trom U-tb.i Jl'r, tv .'uctini ami n >IHII u'nnin -oti-reit Wil'.nni l.-ary, thu tow II, m I am lu-firtii'v -a'i'1 tb I'olu lol, xettnii- i _ ,-bfiir. Hint fir hand -1'r-y, what till" broliiiht si'.j lleiiry itisnilhi-i lull iu town, m I th I woul'ii itcp now _, mi tiil c-otne  HI: KI.4VK.- intereit- tliivi- wan reeentlv before .Tiidxe i (Juornscy Tbe faeU i iut'.e these: Two" bi.yn, one 10 MI-O 'he property of N Melj.-e, of Kinhmoinl, f I Vs., und the oilier !l veiirn olii, lielom-ini' to T V. i- ucph.-iv ii Ix-.-irtviihiik-: of Keiitueky, tv.-rn on tln-lUtti uit, plac -d iu charge of A'. W. Griilinin, at Rich. nicin) n., for tho p'nponeol beiiiK conteved to K.-Hliicy. Mr. Griihitm beiim iiiHtruuted to pruc-Kil by the wiiy of tho Ohio river. Mr. livnl.tu, neconliiDflt went tu us the Ohio n'mUnisitmil panai-d into the Ntit.. of Oliio, tntendilix !o eiiim it upon the At :it, 11 a b, t on nnii -ni l C'en! ml liailroacl. When near vi-ii ii. iifien prououiicviltiibetnperiui to maii'ii oiu, Mid the mil} euthiirity, bimlina upon :nuti mo -ill nature; Lio you llrgi-t that thin In t e only sure and riijlit hasii. or all human .aw unil that, when the of and the i oeikioua of jurintn conflict witii Author- ity, hey pre no more upon mj, as eir- than would beau edict of Lucifer upon the oi Hua CHU it bo that the honor uiul majent) of tho tlmt heai by Jmliju Miller, you into a  ilf intnri-, wliieh IcinNtoil toisu.aksu iniCKU lli.n.k it oe. ,ii I. dm- i niiH- t> .id his srdier. ur, viona to ht'lp bi-ok.- thi- seal tVuni eh i-orji il, uili Jrt-w the eor t tir t rtiti.- Mitilt', j county, an in.-i-idcut occurred on- u r enpilal I ti, the train by which (iniliMii anil the boys wen detained, and ilurimr that detention, n. writ ttm'iMiiuJ and the v.rre tiikun from his lieepiia-. After n full hearing of the mat-' ter, .ludci' IJf Loup di-i-tiled th.it the wert free am! acuordinglt thi-v Mere net at! Tl liburti. ntnn- A tli iana  Jtov. Mr. Solan. on both cuiis by seveinl big snow banki Tin I-- silhl to Several trains are now there smuggling and cannot get throiiyb The mails liavi) been brought back to Chin go by ceauis. The Michigan Southern liailtuail in blocked the to prosperity, u tlii enterprise regarded, that Stockl.olilernthu.ngh- ont the entire line, Iron) Milwaukee to the. siBbippi River, eithe r present til ut i Bu! Kike hi-i-il, Sir, lirintmnit.v ol Dr. AdiiniH tlourinh very well in New Vorli, but can never il in truiuplantiiig it to the anil ofWiacon- Mr. P. H. Smith-Hill to tl, lime I ofholiiinu tho Conit in OtttiiL'aiuie inlet. Kemal, ia nnele or top of the ofth n.-iiii -d Urandixun alnvo im r.'-.i- '.I ,n -TV luomenl, whiifi I 'VH" lur ,-v ownership Am thing happeurd !'lcr f" m fcoi'C I li-urt 1 tint el! ton M- let'- he.nl) rig hi-i 1 ton anid lli-iiry, 'thnt tn-..n, f met wit i tin and fu, nd ntuo, about lilt :ige. t-y. how long he t hi-a'-il in 'wnr! enough al nny rate to i nc'eii niilatt- n hftndrtomo in the Auwtra- 1 lain inineH. When lie left he indebt- j ed li Win. S. Km) C'nwkerv Hier- i clninr, of this city, who hat! m, i i-n- igront hopm itlitit liudi'bj ttmiM UVIT bo Hut a since hei-i-cievcdalettcr trotuUoyd u ,tli .1 v .'k- lilll- lit il-m'l lill-d III. il- i- iUio- t the consent ol tii-, um-le, -IK tiior' eoidial.' !IIH n iiim m-ti'it Kill ihi-u-'-. tin- :i.i ions thnt Ilil! n afraid that ,1 h-- tiiketi nndei-Ktood that In; mi, Ami ni tor IIM t Ijnnif in atitti ing i-Ni-, I i hi-, nepheit th r, I i 'j who pays ht-. tiepheu .itteinion i g a fortune I nntei. nltl M -ittp. ill Colon, .i- ti iaii I IH oM'ti i'.k a- "tti'-'i, rtaiil I'atlv i nlhe n .''suiil t.ie Colonel .1 llenr d He ,1 Ins nneleV coil- I LI not to let him -I'.' .It iliwtallee K-II u t nt !ii. iincli eriji'.. e, ,-i u L en- ni.-ift lie mtoiil'er lic.mtj So H It, -o .ii.tl h -r iHini.itnrr -h.- -.MI, e .trent.dy ttoaii ilul, be-iiic- i'elll.., -i: utii L -nil inlt II u-'Mil 1 oil, n. loo! ue t her i no: woi Hi -i ,1 the 1 Imp liov ll.l .'m-l mailc und ,it-sir- j ing kniiiv whether Mr. T woulii aceept I tor Iff uoiihl liki'tn return hut lenm that ii- vt ,-iild hi- nrri-jteil a- i. Ingitivc, nnd Haya i In- w II paj .-Jl.lHH) tu title lo hiim-cit. i Hi-. 'blimp-nut xiguilied of the j-t'tn, mil a dntN r.-ciuviid 'i draft lor amount. Such n man ought fo have i the livin.; where hi- pleases, but be .is of our M tho proti'i-fnin ol >lnteri llrm .u-.-oln "h-hed pra% uhtt ohjei I l. Ii b. ihi' l no- oiigiil liu.ii w it r.itd olle l u pictur i i k f collect1 !U ri he uldmati et! IISK kiln :ltlj iirMenug t'leiniiiiatiir.' ,.f hi" .t. it to hi- nnele. Hid il him he., he it iiiio frifiJ Ion it to him. Tie ,IJ centlr- ill ill, IM-vis -1 ol deltglit, I lid ilccl.ire.l ti.iild wnrlJ tt> jee w an it nil I Ill-it I'.ill michi have h SU.-..H in: -Ai. D. Culler ol. .1 and 5, in hlo.-k of his addition til Ehi- lor i K D. Clinton sold lot block I CitliT'siidiliti.in to thir villain-, for .1 1 I'atrii-k Hold '.'III n.-r. s. .11 aeelion IH, in K'ia il Id, lor M, .nohl 'Jll. ;n ivs iu st-eti'in i nd ll-.', in Otiowa, f.n- ,Tnn. C II. Stone sold lot d, in k in the lln: nu Itrl'tier will nnd 10, of loel of Ciitl.-'s addition tv> 'bis village, lor re- iu section n -tt-ction :il, in re-. in -.eelioii il. -ertion ill >tlleern by the proi iding lor n 7. 1855. ir., Pri-neate.1 ami Of W.B C'olbnrn uiul 7ft oth- i Liquor Law Of (1. Ward anil 1-14 others for OfT.Tiilbot for State Road. "latt For Prohibitory Liquor Law. -niuftey of II. Turner and others to !r> hrtractufOzaiikee Co. Account ofL. bird. 'itttoas, Mr. Topliff Resolve di- 1 State Printer to tiirnish the Jour- 'i o'clock A. adopted. eunett Jlill lo cliruter of itouoc and Miss. It K. Co. JailiHev Hill to erei t n Onm on Mil-1 Kiver. ndson Hill to incorporate the Kenoaha Seminary also hill with regard to suits corporations, iitht'i- Kill to incorporate the Viroqne lie. Co. Bill to vi.cute tho plat of Marta- up alto, hut not an bad. Tbe Michigan Centra! Knilrc-ad ia quite regultr, but (till irnins iiinved i houra behind. HOUSE THIKK TAKEN honin, Itaiubow, trla> arrested on night, hy Sheriff Cunnver, at the" MenoniDiiee Iloti'l] for utealiiig a horae and cutter from Lewis Loouiis, Livery Stable keep -is. of Cfcieago, wai taken buck to Chicago thii nmtn- ing by Mr. Lonmif, wlio had come fu- iht and hiakiolen Tin thief a Canadian, ami he bronglr, tin- hone or represented by uell-known prouiinrnt individual v. their r.-tpectue neighborhoods. Out of sliiir.v, whole seribed) were voted upon. A j Uonrtl nl fifteen Bii, i-tori- wan elected v, ith a ruining unanimity of Bctiuti unprecedented. Tl.e fol- owing lire the of Ml.; Directors, ell iMudduiil Jmlil, S L. K MoneK KII -eland, WiMinln J.lsiweK, Mini- M. -Strong, Edwin Jli-Fiirlan-, it in wentl i-r up here om f, THAT 1 TllKKT. HtMlr vs. Fflrfcvnl AMI A 'rief was n a.le Init week in on, psjier. of tbo conviction a'ul Heiitenee. in the I S. District Cnuit, uude tho Slave Law, ul'S. M. BiMiTtl and JOIIN- Hi r- of Mihiauki'v, elmrgf.l unli hanng taken n part in the rescue ol Ih, IIIMI, Glof, They were both commilted ti, l-n-jail of .Mil- wank -c county, in w ith the dntee ,f their lioit'lii ibe term of on month aud for ten But Ike tbo I'r.n.het of old, I hey Line been quick v dvliiercd from this d-i. hy nu lUtlmnry im.re potent than that excr hy Ju Igi- M'llcr iu bit. cnmmitl.il. appliiation was made by the ilinle f vviil of n Sritur e.ng At C.e I ng, even M Irani liarber, lUroti ICtllnmrn, Jallifjs K D. Clinton, Kdwin li. Ooodrieh, Samuel T. Smith, Umsel S. Kneehrid. A. -ting of the ue Muber viHtin hi, uimniinoiiiilv reel LKVI I., S.'c cled I'rctiilent __ and cutter from Detroit. THE Beloit Journal "Neurl- lift} Mesam. Unwea and Alilen, the Fiscal thonaand dollnra have alreitdy been sub -ribeil I ol the C'omp my, Iraii.iii-lioii. and to the Stock of Hie R R. iu Ki'tiationn in New York, for procuring lunila disposition miinifested tmnrda I for purcliiihii.g rails nnd with thi, of thU piace i ifciiu-sj loi the entiling jour. were rali-iila- fed to cull forth the 11111.1 I on tiie part ol -ill i-imi-crrieit m Hi- or Cuxcii.i.tTiux hill fore the New-York Leciiilafurc for tin- Beloit. th the road hy the citizen the ccinipletinii of the without fail. be-' .'stab-! 11 the .vorjt, A di-po.ifi uiin.el prmoi to our Court a Huhftt, wliieii tttiw gririted day n .Tiling (it last week, tin- (.'.MM I auimt ia m decision. Fro tl JuHrnut we li-ui n tlmt un nnunc !1K tin- ileeiiion of the Court. Chl.'t WIIITOX thai t'ided o grant tliepihyci ot'tli-1 p tihnm-iH, ard that ti grail for hiiidec'iriioii begiv n in ftia -pinion utter thc trial, CHAN roillj ttfco dirsentt-il fi-oin the i'  i paper that I A ,r, i Mr. Unnn called up u resolution cl in i-iil, c. fhiK I thin i is outrage-1 with to the bah.nce ol the (Km .iere waiting to bear from j printed i Ij-nte i; r s Court bid done with Jlr Pi resolution with repaid to o.'Mnr I Hill. fi om H n J'rrr. ,-oiintiT. It inivlin we will not tr.ict, gi-i.nti'd to the Koch Itiver Ve- t to up here. Jloweicr, we hnvc no.' maining untold,   r, Jllilp Miller- thih ride Wimpnii. and can't ,Mr w'lli ri-ganl to narration -if i iit-miirriagcj, birthr. ami dent ti II bat MC mu-ht do, ,1 had 1 much Klynrl. on luil tew more inch milliard of ciuea Incorporations, made a report nayc tvnitlil mtikc the Xi-rlli part ol On motion ofMr. Kandal. the rules ui re ki.me aid ol'thf aid-. Hints ;12 win taken e liill to inct.i-poi.-tte rhe village Mr. Colley reported in ravorot'the of.Mr. Uowei, uiul Dr. Atwooil, appro- il user th A man ,11 ('.imp in oiiiniiouoe. for tf- o. Carlin a f em fur ,l.i in S. Hi.hlwin sold .111, lo I John Wilful rnld loacn-r-, llroo iel.1. for 1 1) Cutler -.old n ipurterol lot 'J half il. in "r of hisa.Mition t 1 h.-i for li.niel I'ot.'r-'ll sol, 1 'JU acres in in w.ie. for of KISCK was here, day before yesterday, he fclinll t-tarl for JVel.riuka, early in with lii-. three MIIII-, a i il one object i.-. to put in timi- '.otis ugaintt Mnvcrj Our niotl heie, l.ihertj 01 ilenth; rnioliorno I'm, i Liberty w t; will W en they talk about making i s help main- tain hn rugituf i in .11.) kliajie in manner, tbej are I .rking up tliu wrong tree nillei for Hint, ai.tl I'nil il il Ih j undertake lo em-lnvc :i'nh tv, color- eil n, o, in Wiuiii'h.igit County. don't know c'-rt. n niri! we tiy If, but we yhulftrv it, if -n-e h.ive i i-liMu-e. FIDIII yoill ti end, H. J Mend ion .fl'.'ni) for tight siibscri- pemte .liers mid Senate Raiiorb ofnic Co.; to p he i The V'liole ti eonimuuieaiion from the iperintendeut with reijai-Li tc. the towns uette Co. y'nsjrrf. To extend the btute Boail i-boygan toFo'ul dn Lac, to iie lietnit F, nnde Scmiuary to va.-fito addirion to Watertowu; to oliange the the town ph.t of Mid.r.eilnle, Kock nuoi-porate the Lake Tnm- 1 llridge Co went into Committee of the Mr. Cross in the Chair, unilaftemitting iirted back Hiindrv to the ue, reported I ml up nnd aiioplt-d Mr allon-iiig tt.i, C'hair- intin ol Com. of inquiry on the I un.itic Avylutn to cmplin n clerk hud aui-h otln-i anec i- -Sundry Scmtte iiilln had their iirat ;i readings. -Joint tor a Com. tu ii The HOIIM- -idjoHtn-jd. MK.VtTK. FEU ISM. r b) Kev. Mr KteS.tHau. Sfc., 1'ritmtnl and jtrftrrfil. Mr. igtoll, of eitixens of Oenttoniowoe, for y to issue bonds. oiveu. resolve that the clcrku of the 1'raj Pilit V'nrtir tmthori Mr. J Senate not purcliftfle atiitionery. except Jicferre.i to Coiuniittci) on Contin- petties i- resolve rcqiiirin No Cl, ig) man pri-st'iit. li, lucmlitji s cd to their On motion of Mr. nylon th 1'riuti-r instructed to fumir-'u th..- .lonrnhl ut o'clock each mortiinii. nap, the Supciili- M r.' cred ferred. Mr. to fiirnidh more omelopeu. Ailoplcd. oil! .Secretary of titate ccointli for printing iJoc. Hia. He- uamioation, for the murder of Elija Smith, iii Grafton. durins; the Anti-Kent troubles o: K44, has been discharged fi on, eiititoily, Hie iran.i Jury failing to Hud an iu.lictment'ngainm him FlllEStHjViio OftlicJSOfirei, vhicli occurred in New York City, from June 1st to f citi t'ngitii Dec. 1st, 1354, 58 are supposed iu lime been rt'lifd on for result, .mil that from the caused by incendiaries, rw to have been -.ccoinplithuioiir of that ol.jcct m.roiiHiK-r-tioii ami8C to have hcpt, the result of accident To Miall ,livc, I them tal loss of propcty by these was I'll, 'l'h..t i-oim- tthat will, and eiwt it may, of, "ml pnroinl UK rif.ec. th Koad munt be pecdily built nnd, that It iiuti Ittl, has men uml connected Viith it-pu- iiilinii iiliioad and Iricuil. at home, which nin.t 'Hi the Viet -iia ol Itie iMMtli in ttic .u: it will rcim-in !o all inlt- far in cone -i it UIHV be with in W..... 1, ,n, r from i" .iimlpn, 1 l t.i'. now Iron, U.VH.I.U Win. M. UcGuckin, in the Ocean Hs.uk at New-York, indict, d for embezzling JUS.flOl, from that inntitutioi WS.B bailed out of prison, on the tl r sum s York, the, Jth iust.. for Aspinwail, i -th .1 large number of California pasn-njiers Sh" took an excursion party to in the opening ceremonies of tire Faiinmalt R. FlKE AT Ou Salur.lay nigh live  la .mehusctls v ill nou be fully n-p Mr. Kuney, from Si-lcct Com., repmtidjuiut fnvov tie Kutdicra aailoia of the wtir 'lo'tittv laiidg 'ind and bill I" op lout, n ill Tl s.MH II) U lan.it Unity Otmn- nd li.-fuirrr Imve been ict-ir of former Inning n of thc Mtbaerip ion liat.good Mr presented ftiindrv ai-iM-nutt, it ore referred to Com on Claims. Hilts Jlr. 'I iiii-nd tin- act !i, limit the of authorize tin; of Uieeu to anbaciiption of tli Hut to tliB G. li A. ]J. 1'li-nk united joinnalB will be tbe -illbn i S'-P' Kt-jirrsrijtMtirei' have jj olutum a Mr. School DhATH Jno. Milin-r', (ifCuncnM, V H. .andltttnlr tho K. X. nominee fnr Onn i flrn-ppetl .lenfl in the ntm-i of thut n r-iiuiu niau troui'3th from ntlVctifMt nf thi- !i lo inuorporatt; i. AtQuehft li-munt, billto nmond Rov. i mometpr stood at Slower town Riiil 32 in At Oiwepa, c ter at JhS i bcu.it e of tin; I'nitcd Slate doui ami the Cousl'ttitiou. ace.jiint of S. K. Fo to Gill'e Lnn'linc Liybuu Plankrond 'liu, i row mum, ro tieviM; HR-iirinrt lur EiK't'tijij" tin1 ui" ihv IJi'iicnc TrittJ-. tind t nlu for fu o( !HK in thif Shi' r HH in n'ri Tlie hlcji (itkfti hy mir it- UIMJ 'I, ii> ii boM one nud ut ih-littijt i the ]vji sliiiivi- HiitlHirit> of tin1 Nitioii It r-- imht'itF tlirflurtrnift of nbh tlcfuinl hi Julin U Cnlh'mji ninl hlx Smithr-iti '-onijtc rn, anu c'liiiiiiri tltc Kii-HTtuf prn ul'uuiu liny flu: libi-rtii'ti of citixcii" ot tlit- wUfr It i-" JJOWIT if t nitd rfyrli i not oc  t hr (Iriirrrtl L-niiuct.t, nnd u CHII rt'j fird Jnti? -jn-niii'i- ni'.'Hi.K ut ilflViii-f tint i.i tiurmn- It MiK'H.) nf uroiiiu iiiijlifie iti (in, but when limn urr .iittl cam tiuni'fl IM nil1 ionitl intlliurity w Mrh nn.I bi'iit-lit ni'aiji'th T iiiul ,1 corru )t yovri runeiit to tint n iivlivt- rt-Mj tl 'Muii-h crt. Such n J.IM ii- uoitjr> il pinvit.ii IIH, u f t-o-UHiitf r -l.i-.i- ti> by NWtll ilfinniidH ttc mtut'Jifitttott jtini it i niht lit iimtk-ur t'ncU- will n-ijiiin- All luldi ioiial Torci: nf hifc HI my tn il? fxicutLii] It hlrc.idy h'.-i-: iU inoiixlit fr-j DI> Jii.Jirin] Tribunal nn tm- TI n tn ci.fnrt'f iU HH I" inura] twi-r ii Nun In ciur-i) ut tht Xoflli n Irntl tlu-pfiwernl the Son.hfn to Eirdd riExl trttnc in On-ir pcciil ir hut rcc tL'iiixr no n to nbry M Krliuit t) i.' e-HinrHiit'ioonl rti'Stt oi'ti.i flHVf-JMihli-i to ii-.-l.-i rn JJH propcity, jjrrc.iti> thr ot iU r thr .li- emergencies, we doubt in. t y llr. 8mt. Mr. too Mr. 3 "'ilr 1 uf f tfiut tiiey otir Sti-! ir C.tti-lH- bH! tu burrow uioiii-'y. J-'asned. v to rt-Heve Selmol Ocouo- in fluey, fron. Coin mitt ft, tu plat tut, i r may im tho iv nray ihut it nin) AS ELKCTION Himtun From a privaU' source fhut the eUcrinn of merubera nf the Logi.tiHtiirf will tito place upon the n.l all, tith-ufth ;i Danm-ru miirnrn" M) rAi'.u. DI.ATH l to lo tin- Jams, WiilianiH .fc Tliuinp aiatain ferry on the Wiuuonitiu ROBBEHV.VT-ST of William A. Cn., of Pfc Pau broken into on thu of with a rouduft.i J7 fct-t ui width, bv Aether with ,Mr K iroin wln'rc tin; cru, on Tiif'Hdny nt ivci k, towiir n li-w inili-K fr'.m M n. totvnr ii buijiinit, whic'j t rept-tt i-ii io tin- ut th.it Gorernor lias received for private (JllllHlll l v. itli I nml under the nla and jr lit i 1 tj.o. e new. Ordered to be nriuted. ComTniHionwloffic l he lit- v I'ieil ti> btiHn- fu JnnrflM -Ali K for Bimj-- ri.iH' c i! Dime it John 1 20 I p-lnw 0 Duffftlo, nn th- Gth in ft. It nnn the uif t'.O patk-tifc, eat erer known thew. KLI.SVILLK, Jan. The c.t tbe Mirnn. i I.Y 'roi' nmn li K it ll> VtMl ttdt s'iri >4 Hnrrj The tuil .Ti-irnrr t rvcr LUJ l on iv r- .1 fhiHinnri doll; wirli jiU-t-v Wtiiiitl i putting tlu- No trains tin- tin; brtweeD j the- liiu- ..f thf Am UtiMi luuKton nttti rrn-pnrt. It nenrlr three, V, .-oiumwnictttlun ril the hite ter.-ibie -m-rui. nit wpatli-! nmd brtween tn the roitd. A- OKRlwusorsT the jail two inwnori.t fi.r mail and Madison, mi.l WI and Mint-ral Point :b Adjuiir; tti. of A bowling with a in blo the HU Ir trtiui tin' Chicax111-1 tKi- 11-, tb-tnjMl or tu O SG, At i? k thii we w t-re hy the tinr. examination we found1 it j er by Rev Mr. Sff Jfrttfiilfu on Ifftbva restive in -i nnif Uit} A tevcn rijllsr br York i Soeietj for B buied the people of tbM State, j Tbe and other jDim a a rival m a hein-fiut sot. I hac bi-en aadp nf frirtur io thc bar d 1 marrifc i--to; _______________ THE hai ciour i the E oi ibi. I bfd put, r i' tiiflt he HA (lirotij-li, tho' it LCIIIK n ami b.i1, iair In rldf 1 -n in .-i M irni when 1, iuoii i'l Wit" "IloW-fl Hll 111 I'VllIM II HIlllI rifJtt dsj anrf ti .fitly, whrji nn i-ffurc mude i tn rt'iivi him, it prnv.'t? ntJpr'y frtii U.x. 1 A .itfttr congpttiiin h.i.I -i bit bra; an-1 .ill to 01 1KB Or THK 1'KOIUUITOII V bSlll Itp J -o> I'd Slid ill tlm V> ftj I -A private from SjjrifiuJJdd i tfert-d ;in it noun, whrtt positive that the Krji i we hme in Ift-tfd I niieii truwi ptiblk' shrunk baek ui tbe Party nputted, and the Cn'icun Uiui. Nitw tbe of WUc hrfiii fioiiorrd iu ii f rejoice the election nf ChhHi-ii D aW to Mr. a ipan of work for lone U> aomt other 00 JOUT. plam ia Cincinnati liquor ioid mnrtaltty of Cbicaj.- for JaoHary, ISfw, 1S3 j THK by fire, New uu e lit uit, 1 A Jew aaai Vo ii Cinemas .i. vn thr mudtl 01 tu W At   

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